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Rep. Lauren Boebert Defeats Stacked Field In Primary, Here’s The Full Results

Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) won Colorado’s 4th District primary in a stacked race.

Boebert was able to win the primary with ease and garnered 43.4% of the vote.

Her nearest competitor was Jerry Sonnenberg, who gained only 14.4% of the vote.

Here are the full results:

Lauren Boebert-52,014 (43.4%)
Jerry Sonnenberg-17,318 (14.4%)
Deborah Flora-16,402 (13.7%)
Richard Holtorf-12,940 (10.8%)
Mike Lynch-12,755 (10.6%)
Peter Yu-8,452 (7.1%)

Boebert currently represents Colorado’s 3rd congressional district but decided to move to the 4th district earlier this year.

Check out what NBC News reported:

Rep. Lauren Boebert, R-Colo., won her GOP primary Tuesday, NBC News projects, after she decided to run in a different district from the one where she narrowly won re-election in 2022.

Boebert defeated five other Republicans for the party’s nomination in Colorado’s 4th District, which opened up after Rep. Ken Buck announced this year that he would resign. She will be heavily favored to win the seat in the general election given the area’s rightward lean.

Boebert, who is in her second term, eked out a 546-vote victory in the neighboring 3rd District two years ago and faced the prospect of a rematch with Adam Frisch, a well-funded Democrat. Former President Donald Trump won the 4th District by 19 points, while he carried the 3rd District by 8 points in 2020, according to calculations from Daily Kos Elections.

Boebert, whom Trump backed, built a national profile as a conservative firebrand after she pulled off a surprising 2020 GOP primary win against then-Rep. Scott Tipton, in part by promising to take on high-profile liberal figures like Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y.

“Since the first day I ran for public office I promised I would do whatever it takes to stop the socialists and communists from taking over our country,” Boebert said in December when she announced her decision to run in the 4th District. “That means staying in the fight. But it also means not allowing Hollywood elites and progressive money groups to buy the 3rd District.”

Check out what Fox News reported:

Rep. Lauren Boebert, R-Colo., emerged victorious in her congressional re-election primary campaign Tuesday night, following her switching districts to a more Republican-heavy area after narrowly winning in 2022.

Boebert advanced past a six-way Republican primary in Colorado’s 4th Congressional District in a race to replace outgoing Republican Rep. Ken Buck.

The Colorado Republican said she made the switch to CO-04 to ensure another Republican could win her old district, which she nearly lost in 2022 and had blamed outside groups for targeting her. But Boebert left the district having already become a fundraising magnet for the likely Democrat candidate, who has pulled in millions that may help him flip a district that has leaned Republican in recent years.

Boebert is expected to also win the November general election in the district, which sweeps across a wide expanse of ranches, ghost towns and conservative parts of the Denver metro area that make up much of the plains of eastern


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